Global Mission Fellows
are young adults, ages 20–30, who are committed to serve in social justice ministries for two years. They enter into new communities, understanding their challenges and assets through relationships and with the long-term goal to overcome systemic oppression. Fellows partner with community organizations to address a variety of issues, including migration/immigration, education, public health and poverty.
The application for those interested in serving in the U.S.
opened on Oct. 15 and the application for those interested in serving internationally
opened this Monday, Nov. 15.
Global Mission Fellows is a program of The United Methodist Church. It is open to those from different denominational backgrounds but fellows must be willing to represent The United Methodist Church and uphold its Social Principles during their time of service. The Wesleyan value of personal and social holiness is at the core of the program.
Global Mission Fellows are commissioned and sent by Global Ministries, the mission agency of The United Methodist Church.